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. he was born in canada. he's a u.s. citizen and a canadian citizen. >> let me say this, sean. i think what you see here is when ted cruz was asked about it, he produced his birth certificate. no big deal, right? the president dragged his feet for years and so the issue became more the president's doing than anybody else. i think ted cruz handled it the right way. he produced a birth certificate. everyone knows he's a u.s. citizen and he was born an american. and the issue is over. the problem is there's those on the left who just can't stand it. they've got to come up with some sort of issue that keeps them going to maybe raise money or to try to fill a void in their own policy issues. >> i think he's a threat. he's intellectual. he's a conservative and he to harvard and he has the backing of a lot of conservatives including me in this country. think that he is a threat to the left. >> he's absolutely a threat. i'll tell you this. he's someone that when he is up on capitol hill and you see him participating in events or talking about issues, he's very well learned on the issues. he kn
limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i'm paraphrasing, one of the things in the autopsy said we need to get out of the echo chamber. i remember, and i've said this before, that on wednesday morning after the election there were folks that were just mystified by how obama had won because they were solely dependent on drudge, talk radio and fox news. it seems like in contrast to the autopsy finding from the rnc, they're going right back into that direction. >> that's the answer. let's get rush and sean hannity to moderate debates. in all honesty, i kind of want that to happen. i think for many republicans out there that want the party to change, to move forward in a different direction, it has to hit rock bottom first. and maybe having sean hannity and rush limbaugh host a debate, we would actually hit rock bottom and we would be able
well for the base. >> but it also limits debates. and by putting them on with rush limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i'm paraphrasing, one of the things in the autopsy said we need to get out of the echo chamber. i remember, and i've said this before, that on wednesday morning after the election there were folks that were just mystified by how obama had won because they were solely dependent on drudge, talk radio and fox news. it seems like in contrast to the autopsy finding from the rnc, they're going right back into that direction. >> that's the answer. let's get rush and sawn hannity to moderate debates. in all honesty, i kind of want that to happen. i think for many republicans out there that want the party to change, to move forward in a different direction, it has to hit rock bottom first. and maybe having sean hannity a
presidential candidates debate in the next cycle moderated by rush limbaugh. or maybe sean hannity. or somebody else from talk radio. today at the national republican party's annual summer meeting, the party chairman got a sustained standing ovation when he declared, we are done putting up with this nonsense! he got a standing ovation and then a unanimous vote by the rnc to ban cnn and nbc from carrying any republican presidential candidates debates in the next election cycle. ostensible reason is because cnn is planning to do a documentary on hillary clinton's career and nbc entertainment is planning on doing a mini series about hillary clinton's life, which "the new york times" says was to have been produced, actually sort of written and shot and everything, by fox television. so fox would produce it, fox would make the thing, but interestingly, that doesn't bother the republican party. the chairman says they only want to boycott cnn and nbc, because -- because it doesn't have anything to do with hillary clinton. you've got to get rid of mainstream news organizations having anything to do wit
. the dnc and the president's grassroots organization obama for america. sean spicer is the communications director for the rnc. good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> dnc spokesman says an odd way to start your meeting by attacking them. he says your only message is they don't like us. what do you that i so them? >> i think we are talking about this week is a fundamental shift we had in our party after the last election when we looked at the tactics and techniques it takes to win and put a permanent ground game in place around the country of more staffers now that will live and breathe in each of the states making relationships building connections and helping our candidates and second is making our party completely centered on digital and technology advances that benefit the entire party. the difference, chris, is this. what we are doing is a fundamental shift for a party. we are building a party send tri sent rick change here. what ofa did was built a fantastic operation that was great for one candidate who is sort of like one use only. and it has done so at the expense of the cdn. t
artists like drake, big sean, and dre cole. >>> ron burgundy plans to stay classy with a tell-all book. the memoir of the fictional newsman will be released at the same time as the sequel "the legend continues." >>> the business of writing books has been good to e.l. james. the "fifty shades of grey" topped forbes list with a whopping $94 million. >>> comedy central, haven't roasted anyone so good looking. don't speak. >> this promo ad shows actor james franco comparing for the hot seat he'll be in during his comedy central roast next month. >>> finally, adam levine gave an 11-year-old girl a memorable birthday gift. the singer surprised the birthday girl by giving her his guitar. good stuff. >>> i'm richard lui, this is "early today," hope it's just your first stop of the day on nbc. >>> the lead story this morning in usa today, women move into law enforcement's highest ranks. women head up six of the nation's biggest jobs, including the drug enforcement administration, secret service, and the fbi's washington field office. >>> and in the l.a. times, feinstein and durbin, how to close
was done in the run-up to benghazi. martha: you know, tell that to the mother of sean smith. tell that to the family members tyrone woods and glen doherty and chris stevens who still no doubt want answers to what happened. it raises questions about politics as well, byron. there is no doubt in my mind when we get into the heat of the political season, republicans and folks on the other side of the aisle from hillary clinton will pull the sound bite of her at that the hearing what difference does it make why it happened at this point, what difference does it make? it almost feel as though the link of evidence there, john kerry says i came into office. i performed my own exhaustive review what happened. these people did nothing wrong. done, over, tie a bow on it, this thing is finished. >> republicans will want to ask secretary kerry, what did you find out in your review that this high level administrative review board missed in their review? does that tell us we don't have the whole story? remember one thing, kind of sounds like a broken record, we still have not heard publicly, co
ambassador, chris stevens, sean smith and glen doherty. the charges are sealed. we don't know what the charges are. that is how they wanted it. it's not clear if there have been any arrests. they don't want it clear. but they wanted them to act quickly and any delays could put americans at risk. which is what they always say. it reports that the investigation is ongoing and remains a top priority. mercedes is here. a lot of things in this. politics of all this makes my skin you will crawl but we need to find out what happened. >> absolutely. first of all, they are saying an investigation and sealed and other perpetrators but it's been 12 months. you would think with an isolated incident, photographs taken by the f.b.i.. we know how the feds work. they swarm on the scene. they have investigators and certainly have the budget. where the other perpetrators if they released the charges it's going compromise the investigation, it's hard to believe. looking where we are today we have one suspect they believe there at least two others. federal laws are in place here, it could be co-conspi
the republicans are very afraid of answering that question and they know that a sean hannity will not ask that question. and that's what -- >> sean hannity, sean hannity would ask questions. i do think sean hannity would ask questions to figure out who's on his team in terms of being from the far right or whatever. >> okay. we have just set the new uprecord for cross talking segments. progressives across the country are setting their sights on one candidate in one election that is a month away and we're going to talk to him next. i'd be sitting there with my friends who had their verizon phones and i'd be sitting there like "mine's still loading!" i couldn't get email. i couldn't stream movies. i couldn't upload any of our music. that's when i decided to switch. now that i'm on verizon, everything moves fast. with verizon, i have that reliability. i'm completely happy with verizon. verizon's 4g lte is the most reliable and in more places than any other 4g network. period. that's powerful. verizon. get the nokia lumia 928 for free. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a busi
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-- sean, the bill does have to start in the house, you're right. but the senate has the ability to amend it. and the senate democrats have the vote to amend it to send it back to say, okay, we now approve spending for obama care, we took back your exact provisions and we're sending it back to you. >> apparently sensing that he was getting nowhere with the procedural argument, karl rove summarized the politics this way. >> and who gets blamed? does anybody think that the republicans are going to escape being blamed for our troops not being paid, our prison guards not getting paid? our border patrol not being paid? let's not kid ourselves, we'll be blamed. >> joining me now, msnbc's krystal ball and ari melber. what do you think is on the other side of the play here, the republican leadership will get passed among this? >> it is going to have to be something like that. because the rand pauls of the world, the mike lees of the world, the ted cruzs of the world, they are too invested in their future of placating the tea party to totally back down on this. so they're going to have to do somet
it part time. chief sean whent says that will change. >> i'm able to dedicate full- time enforcement team to cease- fire to make sure the police department meets our end of the program. >> reporter: christin ayers, kpix 5. >> the mayor and the police officer say they are working with teams at east oakland's nonprofit youth uprising to start a youth-based safety program. >>> we're live in sunnyvale where one lucky person bought a winning powerball combination. we'll tell you how much they won when we return. >> it's a controversial plan to help struggling homeowners. and a bay area city is front and center. how wall street is waging war on this eminent domain experiment. [ kids yelling ] >> and some bay area kids some with black belts. the marshal arts camp that's even teaching them a few tricks to tackle their homework. >> looks like fun. the weather looks like it will be warming up the next couple of days. but we will have to have patience and a warm jacket this morning. details straight ahead. >> bring your patience going out of san francisco. southbound 280 an accident there. we'll hav
, sean spicer at the rnc annual meeting. governor christi will be speaking there tooth today. the rnc readopted their platform against same-sex marriage early this year. do you think chris christie is looking like that moderate republican. they want to see hip as a straight shooter, but when it comes to an issue like this, socially he looks behind the teams. >> chris christie is not a moderate republican. he talks a good game. on issues like this that are very important to the majority of the people of the state of new jersey he's on the wrong side and he should get on the right side. >> great to have you here, sir. thanks for making time for me, i really appreciate it. thanks for the book, too. >>> another court defeat for california's proposition 8 the state's supreme court yesterday refusing to revive the legal challenge for the marriage pan. it was reinstated after a supreme court decision earlier this summer. >>> so, send in the clowns. have you heard about the rodeo crown who got kicked out of the missouri state for wearing an obama mask in he's been invited to the lone start st
that one better. let's go to shawn in california. sean! >> caller: booyah, king james. how are you? >> pretty good. i'm feeling pretty regal. what's up? >> caller: i want to know if i should be adding to my position with dpt. >> no. i don't like these royalty trusts. they've been losers. i'm not going back to them. they're depleting too quickly, i believe. let's go to curt in tennessee. curt. >> caller: hey, jim. booyah from memphis, tennessee. my stock i've been watching closely is ticker symbol nog. >> keep watching. don't pull the trigger. why? you have the chance to buy eog which is much better than northern. gregory in my home state of pennsylvania. gregory? >> caller: hey, jim. i'm a recent college graduate. i'm looking to invest in a company long term. what do you think about ford? >> recent college grad buying ford. that makes a ton of sense. i want you to put a little money each week and fill up a position in ford. great idea. rimma in california. >> caller: rima, yes. jim, hi, good talking to you. i have some lulu lemon stock. i'm trying to find out whether i should keep
unexpected hug. it turns out it was her husband. sergeant sean jamison making a surprise homecoming after his second tour of duty in afghanistan. the family was not expecting him until next month. that is great. those are your headlines. let's find out about your weather with rick. >> rick: such a cool story. i love it it that's one of the better ones. that's a great costume if you can pull that one off is awesome. talk about your weather this morning. you will notice it's a little bit darker. we are losing a the love sunlight right now. time of year we are heading into fall in a very rapid pace. labor day is about to be fall. get ready. take a look at your temperature map right now. it does not feel like fall across the central plains. brutally hot week. broken records. yesterday in chicago got to 96 degrees. your highest temperature that you have had all summer long which is very hard to believe. today we are going to see some thunderstorms move across areas of the northeast. and we're going to seat temperatures be a little bit warm and sticky. down to the southeast the same story. there is
look. look what sean's got cooking. >> cute. >> sean is very tall. >> he's a long drink of water. >> this is a really simple trend. gray on gray. one of the biggest trends in men's fashion. pretty much every guy has an athletic gray t-shirt at home. this fun sweater from the gap. that shawl collar is also on trend. sporty and easy and comfortable at the same time. >> a lot of that going around. the gray and gray. >> that's a no-brainer for guys. they feel comfortable and safe in gray. >> trying get your guy out of his normal pattern. >> so instead, just layer stuff on him for fall and you are good to go. >> let's bring out our final guy. ignacio is here. >> i heard he was in town. >> hello. >> he's all ready for fall weather. >> so this is a really classic handsome look. we start with a liberty print, that small floral print and layered the sweatshirt knit over it. this is cut like a sweatshirt so guys don't feel like they are being too fashion forward. this top or basic navy jack set really fantastic. it pulled the look together. >> and it's so affordable. >> fashion forward. >>
. for example, the after the -- m.i.t. cop who was sean callier, his family only wanted to talk to me. i talked to the brothers and column on did a that. after they pinched i call him joker, the second one that of the knew where some cops had gone. j.j. foleys, a great end.on the south i walked in at the same time as s.w.a.t. team.the jerry foley brought the beers. the great sergeant who saved lives the first -- if you listen to the tapes on the the bomb went off, there's a voice in the 9/11 keep the creaming -- roads open. keep the ring road open. screaming. that is danny keeler. i once described him as a former marine. i said i don't think there is such a thing. there was danny in the black s.w.a.t. outfit. younghere with a bunch of cops. toasted and said thank god this is over. the dead said to sean, cop then a third toast. in there to that because they knew who i was. somebody from a tv station showed up, they would have been escorted out of the bar. that kind of stuff -- this was deeply, deeply personal to the town. and at that moment, in a very for us, it's awkward because access is wha
guard at aikeny chess nikon sert. lesean mccoy forgives cooper for using the word but he no longer respects him. >> it's new, hopefully it wears off but at this point i speak for myself and other teammates i know it's definitely different. >>> they call it the x games for a reason, during practice yesterday javier villegas from chile going for the backflip but has to bail. he crashes hard. he ended up with a broken and dislocated right hip that he had surgery for last night and another bad crash bob birnquist creating in the big air skateboard competition and he goes up here and face plants on the way down. that had to hurt but he got right back on the board and he would go on to win the bronze medal in the competition. if i landed on my face like that, i would not be getting right back on a skateboard. >> especially with the great smile you have scholes, that would be it. >> that's a case for yeah, did you hear that reaction? he's like, i get it all the time. >> that's true. >> he's like please let me go, let me go. he never stops smiling. >>> that music you hear it means it's tim
, but the president did not sean that mother, smith's mother to receive his medal because she spoke out against him. they are telling her she is not immediate family. how dare him? that is the most terrible thing i have ever heard of any president. he is the world's worst. think you. not aware of that. i am sorry i cannot speak to that. soft targets versus hard targets, what is the difference? be a: the analogy would match in an embassy that is extremely well-guarded typically verses of conflict, which is usually smaller and in a more pro -- remote part of the country. imagine a police station or military base verses a school or hospital. all have aities great facility. part of the problem when we put facilities abroad, no matter how fortified they are, there is an asymmetric red for the host government ultimately has to be responsible for protecting those installations. crisisaw and the hostage in the 1970's, no matter how many marines you have guarding an embassy, at some point they will be overwhelmed by the external forces. that is why it ultimately when you look at different emphases, they hav
, and how the president i am not aware if you know this, but the president did not invite the mother, sean that smith's mother to receive his medal because she spoke out against him. they are telling her she is not immediate family. how dare him? that is the most terrible thing i have ever heard of any president. he is the world's worst. think you. guest: i am not aware of that. i am sorry i cannot speak to that. soft targets versus hard targets, what is the difference? guest: the analogy would be a match in an embassy that is extremely well-guarded typically verses of conflict, which is usually smaller and in a more pro -- remote part of the country. imagine a police station or military base verses a school or hospital. those facilities all have a great facility. part of the problem when we put facilities abroad, no matter how fortified they are, there is an asymmetric red for the host government ultimately has to be responsible for protecting those installations. as we saw and the hostage crisis in the 1970's, no matter how many marines you have guarding an embassy, at some point they wi
of the country. other questions yo? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the community's age, people tend to move where the schools and up. easy businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i absolutely agree
. and you can watch tv on your flight. so i watched some of sean hannity's show -- >> bill: oh, my god. >> and it was just the dumbest issue, and then i realized that i was getting looks from people next to me. and i realized oh, crap, they think -- and i wanted to say i promise i'm just watching for the train wreck, but it is a total bogus issue. >> bill: remember acorn? >> yeah. >> bill: still, and that organization doesn't even exist anymore, and they are still talk about it on fox news. something else that bares to mention here, doing our job as the liberal media, and this is -- me, the number one critic of eric holder, two days in a row we has done things that made sense. two days ago he gave the speech in san francisco, where he said this maximum/minimum sentencing we have been practicing is really making maters worse not better, and we're going to stop forcing it at the federal level. good for him on that issue, and yesterday the department of justice said no, we're going to stand up, we're going to court. we're going to try to block this latest merger in the airlines, and, you
and they are reporting here from the column of "the washington examiner." limbaugh and sean hannity iodized moderators. they are already looking to block cnn and nbc. the plan features on hillary clinton and they are looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personnel asking the questions and candidate forums. back to your calls from the democrats line. from jesup, georgia. caller: i think hillary clinton will probably be the nomination that i really like o'malley out of maryland. i really like a lady out of washington, the young 24-year- old black republican. and some lady down in texas, the guy who said he was a democrat and just turned republican, the hispanic, if you check the numbers, he the president won the hispanic vote. i would like to know why the republicans tried so hard to take the waltons who spent $26 million between the five family members and not try to help the one million workers that we have to subsidize every week, every month, every year. thank you all. >> watertown, wisconsin, on the republican line. hello. how are you? who is the future of your party? caller:
. an elderly gentleman pulled in front of sean and he hit the car. about nine days later he died. he had a public defender in spokane, washington who really went to bat. so she was carrying about 101 cases compared to the prosecutor was working opposite her who had 36 cases. so she was really pushed to take this case to trial before she was ready. she had done several trials in the last two months and said that i need a little bit more time. the judge says that should go ahead. you know, this was like a friday. she had to go to court on monday. she decided to refuse and take a stand and say that that would be an assistance of counsel. i'm not prepared for a trial. due to the crunch of money in their office and limited ability to call in this, she was like, i need more time. the judge threatened to hold her in contempt of court. ultimately she was given a few more weeks to prepare for the trial. the elderly man at have been hospitalized and operated on for a hernia, which is a pre-existing condition. his own doctor had known about this for a long time and declined to operate because he wa
manning, the wife of army staff sergeant sean manning, she took to twitter and this is what she tweeted. think dot dod has seriously underestimated outspoken spouses and their ability to let truth be known about hash tag fort hood. they will not stamp us out. apparently, peter, initially there was word that the witnesses could not speak out, but the big question is, what about the families? well, she was told that the families couldn't even speak out. >> peter: then she went back on twitter and she said, please, retweet, dod gag orders after victims testify. can't talk about denial of benefits and wound being separated from deceased family hash tag fort hood. all of those wounded members have been deprived of the purple heart and benefits, according to the people who were wound in times of war. >> steve: i'm glad you're here, because is gagging a witness in a military trial, is that normal? >> peter: you can gag witnesses in any trial. there can be a lawful court order that says make no public statements. you're to give lawful testimony -- >> steve: what about theirs? >> peter: absolute
in certain parts of the country. other questions? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the communities age, people tend to move where the schools end up. you see businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i
of "the washington examiner." limbaugh and sean hannity iodized moderators. they are already looking to block cnn and nbc. the plan features on hillary clinton and they are looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personnel asking the questions and candidate forums. from theour calls democrats line. from jesup, georgia. think hillary clinton will probably be the nomination that i really like o'malley out of maryland. i really like a lady out of , the young 24-year- old black republican. and some lady down in texas, the guy who said he was a democrat and just turned republican, the hispanic, if you check the numbers, he the president won the hispanic vote. i would like to know why the hard toans tried so take the waltons who spent $26 million between the five family help thend not try to one million workers that we have to subsidize every week, every month, every year. thank you all. >> watertown, wisconsin, on the republican line. hello. how are you? who is the future of your party? caller: i think rick santorum from pennsylvania. i believe chris christie of new je
sean, a reporter with sharp grid today. it's been said that with regards to isac there are not enough security clearances for everyone who wants to participate. it's acknowledged this is a problem and what is being done to address it. >> thanks for the question. the industry recognized we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it. so then you do the simple math, and i want to say there's 4,000 entities and to come up with a model that may be three or four clearances are needed for entities. do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, et cetera, et cetera. so, who really should get those clearances? well, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors, tackled this problem for the last eight months. they formed a task force and we built a product. that's one of the reports going to the board here next week, and if it's approved, accepted, by the board, it will become public. that is one model for the clearance issue. and i look forward to getting that in
puns but they are a sign of a high iq. >> it's a lost art. >> sean, i have to give you props. you were filming this whole thing and you had to orchestrate this whole thing i imagine. take us through the set up process. >> he yes, well this is an agreement of ever since i met her six years ago. she didn't mention this 6 years ago i probably would have run away. the bun in the oven has been in her back pocket for an lo imtoo. i knew i needed to take my technical skills especially knowing how momma lee reacts to things. >> clayton: if you are just waking up. a lot of viewers waking up right now and may have missed it it let's play this great moment. >> oh, it's a bun. where is it? it's in -- [screams] >> clayton: alisyn, would have you figured it out that quickly. >> alisyn: oh it's a cinnamon roll, thank you. were you afraid you were going to eat it before figuring out the pun? >> well, i think it was an old expression and since i'm a senior citizen i eventually did put it together. when i first saw the bun i didn't understand why it didn't have a pan underneath it i was just totally sho
] >> thank you very much. my name is sean gray from the university. i was in russia for seven years. i would like to ask the panel a question about russia's future. i have seen my peers and the generation younger than me growing up in russia and i noticed that basically if they are smart and if they are liberals who are thinking they will try to leave the country and you mentioned silicon valley about how russia is one of the languages and they are very smart but unfortunately they are not looking to improve their country and the legal systems and so forth. then you see the other guys that are staying there and a lot of these nationalists and people like that who are going and protesting in the beating and stuff like that. others protests and then they are rising of taking positions in the government as well. that's the future in russia itself. he's not going to be around for very long and this is a question that always [inaudible] [laughter] >> sorry about that. [laughter] >> speaking as a member of the younger generation looking for work in the future i didn't mean to offend anybody. unfor
-year-old first. what happened to him? >> host: this is a story about a young man named sean. who was arrested when he was 18 years old. he had just turned 18. just got his first used car. and he was driving it. he hadn't -- actually on the way to cash his paycheck to go pay for car insurance. he was in a car accident. and he was not at fault he had the right away and an elderly man and his family pulled in john and he hit the car. the elderly gentleman was taking to the hospital, and about nine days later he died. and sean was charged with vehicular manslaughter, and he had a public defenders in washington. a woman named carol who went to bat despite her crushing case load. she was carrying about 101 cases compared to the prosecutors who was working opposite her who had 36 cases. so she was pushed to take this case to trial before she was ready. she had done several trials in the last two months, she said to the judge i need a little more time. the judge said no, you have to go ahead. and, you know, it was a friday. she decided to go to court on monday. she decided to refuse and
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